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Ellen Paul

AOS renewal notice

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Dear Ellen,

Thank you for being a part of the American Ornithological Society in 2018 – it has been a great year together. We grew our membership by 10% to a community of over 2900 diverse individuals from all over the globe. We made great strides in fostering the next generation of ornithologists with a focus on engaging and funding women and underrepresented minorities. Both The Auk and The Condor are now ranked in the top three ornithological journals worldwide, and in 2019 we will expand the global reach of our science through a new publishing partnership with Oxford University Press.

The AOS is looking forward to an exciting year ahead, and we hope you will renew your membership in the society in 2019. Your current AOS membership will expire on 31 December 2018.

Supporting your society is supporting your discipline. It also empowers the AOS to support you – in your research, professional development, networking, and career pursuits. We continue to expand our membership benefits and look for opportunities to improve the ways in which we serve you.

By renewing now, you can be sure to take advantage of your member discount when registration opens on 15 October for our 2019 meeting in Anchorage, Alaska. NEW this year! As a corresponding author, enjoy no author page charges to publish standard articles in The Auk and The Condor.

Renewing online via the Member Portal is fast and easy—there is even an option to have your membership automatically renew in the future. [Please note: Since you hold membership(s) in other OSNA societies, you will receive a similar note from OSNA regarding the renewal process.]

As you renew this year, we ask that you read and agree to abide by the AOS Code of Professional Conduct. By committing to these guidelines and best practices for professional behavior we, as a Society, can more effectively fulfill our mission to advance the scientific understanding and conservation of birds and to enrich ornithology as a profession.

We are here to help. If you have any questions or need help logging into your Member Portal account, contact Scott Gillihan, OSNA Membership Manager, at OSNAmembers@gmail.com or 312-883-4670.

Thank you for your continued membership in the American Ornithological Society!

Sincerely,

Kathy Martin, President

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